Step 1 - Find the dos pathname and filename.
To do this right click on the folders name, click properties.
Now where it says dos name use that for your dos path.
Example: cd c:\myshar~1
Before proceding: Repeat this step except right click on the file instead.
Step 2 - Go to regular dos command prompt window.Notice to Windows ME/2000/NT/XP Users:
You can skip this step and use the regular program path and filename!
On your start menu, somewhere there should be a shortcut to MS-Dos Prompt.
If your using Windows ME/2000/NT/XP, it on a submenu and called COMMAND Prompt.
Type cd c:\(your program path) or for kazaa lite cd c:\myshar~1
Step 3 - Running the program.
Type the ms-dos filename for the program
Step 4 - Using program.
Depending on the program, most of the time when you run the program it will
list some paremeters. Reading the readme from the program usually helps out
with use. Sorry, I can't help with any more because dos progs vary in many way and is nearly impossible to discribe a generic guide.
Hope it helps some people!